HOLLYWOOD, Calif. – The irresistibly funny romantic comedy How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days makes its move onto DVD and Blu-ray in an all-new Deluxe Edition arriving August 18, 2009 from Paramount Home Entertainment. Pairing Matthew McConaughey (Tropic Thunder) and Kate Hudson (You, Me and Dupree) with delightful results, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days is an uproarious battle of the sexes that appeals to both men and women. While Andie (Hudson) needs to prove she can dump a guy in 10 days, Ben (McConaughey) is determined to show that he can win a girl in the same amount of time. The result is a wildly outrageous tale of sex, lies and romantic fireworks.
The How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days Deluxe Edition DVD and Blu-ray feature new bonus material including “How to Make a Movie in 2 Years”, “Why the Sexes Battle” and “Girls Night Out”, as well as previously released features including commentary by director Donald Petrie, deleted scenes with optional commentary by Petrie and a music video of Keith Urban’s “Somebody Like You”.
The How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days DVD is presented with the following special features in high definition as noted:
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Most embarassing scene was when my kids walked in on hubby and I watching The Thomas Crown Affair when Rene Russo is running around naked!
OMG My boyfriend put in MY BLOODY VALENTINE one night while I was there and his 8 year old daughter! And there is one scene where the killer stalks after a naked woman in heels! Mind you, she was having a lil fun with her boyfriend before she was stalked out but she was naked for a good 5 minutes straight and my boyfriend couldn't get the remote to work and by the time we got it to just shut off, his daughter looked at me and just said "She has no clothes on outside!" I was mortified.
We were watching an innocent movie from the 1980s, Mischief. I forgot how much nudity there was, especially the sex scene where there was a full frontal shot of Kelly Preston.
The recent Batman movie was embarressing when the Joker did his nasty pencil trick. Please accept my entry. Thank you.
The most embarrassing was the sex scene from Troy. I had to make them leave the room and close their ears!
It's gotta be 'When Harry Met Sally', - the scene at the restaurant after which an old lady said 'I'll have what they're having!' How in the world do you explain that.
I will never even remember the name of the movie - that's how embarrassed I was! It was on TV, so it couldn't have been TOO bad, but my 3 year old walked by and asked why those people were going swimming!! In his mind, the only reason people wouldn't have shirts on is if they were going swimming!
I have watched some pretty sexy bedroom scenes I didn't know was in the movie and quickly sent them into the kitchen to get a snack.So embarrassing and uncalled for.Then I wondered what went through their little minds when they saw this scene.Now I watch a movie first,before they see it
The Movie The Blue Lagoon had a scene where Brook Shields started bleeding in the water while swimming. I had to try to explain the reason to my son who was only six then the reason why this did blood was normal for a female!
There haven't really been any. We're very strict with what our children can watch for their ages. We know that movies rated "PG13" are movies that used to be rated "R" years ago. So, we know not to let them watch those either. We keep on top of things.
The most embarrassing scene I've watched kids is the time I took my child to see Fatal Attraction. I don't know the love scenes would be so steamy. Thanks for the giveaway!
My kids walked in while I was watching the Money Pit.... sex scene. While really tame, it was a little too much for their eyes
We all loved and laughed thru "How to lose a Guy in 10 days!">> Thank You for the chance to win it! We do not embarrass easily >>>I would say war movies shame me more because I always tell my children not to fight for any reason and it is hard to explain the cruelty. I like it better when even their friends, will not fight with them because they are not war like. The most difficult film for me was "Glory" a fabulous movie but so hard to watch, we cried.
Well, I'm going to go with the reverse since I don't have a lot of funny stories with my nieces, but I can tell you that when I was a kid I walked in on my parents watching "Die Hard" and my first question was "what does (the f word) mean?" I think I asked about ten times, and I didn't censor myself. My mom was so mortified.
I saw the new Transformers movie with my nephew and I was completely embarrassed by all the sexual innuendo. Every teenager was depicted as some sort of pervert. It was an awful film and completely inappropriate for children. If you are going to make a film about toys that you know children are going to beg to go see, why not give your characters moral values and make them heroes that young people can aspire to be??
Without a doubt, it was when I was babysitting two tweens and we were watching WHEN HARRY MET SALLY. You know what scene I'm talking about, all full of pie and loud noises. Anyway, an explanation was requested by the girls, and believe it or not I provided one.
It was the movie The Wrestler when he was in the strip joint. I was embarrassed and my kids are 18 and 20.
No children, but I think any movie with strong sex scenes and language you wouldn't want the child to repeat would be embarassing.
I'm not sure if embarassed is the word, but I was upset when my wife and I were watching Payback (fairly violent) and discovered that our daughter who we thought was asleep was awake!
In Love, Actually, two characters are stand-ins for porn stars so the positions and actions were a little unexpected in what I thought was going to be a sweet, Christmas romantic comedy!
There were a few scenes in The Heartbreak Kid that were very uncomfortable to watch with my parents. haha. Very uncomfortable.
i wonder why you have to lose the guys .. working 10 step. just come to clear.and yalk your feeling.
Oh, I went to see knocked up with my daughter. Yeah NOOOOO one had told of the birthing scene. I was sooo embarrassed!!! she was 12 but still....
In "Hancock", one character's face is put into the backside of another. Visually unappealing, and tough to explain!
"One time at band camp..." After watching the movie, my ex and I use to pick on my daughter because she was going to band camp and her voice sounded just like that. Then several years later when she was actually old enough to see the movie...and discovered the rest of that quote. So embarassing.